rail programme management

D2 Welcomes Troy Lancaster as Head of Programme Management

D2 is proud to welcome Troy Lancaster as its Head of Programme Management. The appointment comes as the company celebrates its 10th anniversary – set up by David Diesbergen and now employing 50 experienced staff and predicted to turnover £4.75 million this year.

“I am absolutely thrilled to be joining D2 Infrastructure,” said Troy, who has joined from Amey Consulting, where he was Technical Director in Programme and Project Management.

“D2 have a solid reputation and a proven history of being innovative, client-focus and delivering the best service possible. D2 are on a rapid growth trajectory, and I am very excited to be leading this from a programme and project management perspective.”

As the Head of Programme Management, he will be accountable for providing both technical and business leadership to D2’s programme and project management capability and offering across all sectors.

You can read the full article about Tory’s appointment and plans for D2 here.

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